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Kingston Intros its First Hardware-Encrypted USB Type-C Drive at CES 2023


Kingston has launched its first USB Type-C Vault Privacy 50C (IKVP50C) drive. Now, on any system users can protect their data against BadUSB and Brute Force attacks with the FIPS 197 Certified & XTS-AES 256-bit hardware-encrypted Vault Privacy 50 series. The Multi-Password Option with Complex or Passphrase modes lets users choose a numeric PIN, a sentence with space characters, or a list of words so their password is easy to remember but harder for others to guess.

The line of hardware-encrypted storage offers a myriad of other features designed to protect you and your data. Whether it’s with the VP50 series, FIPS 140-3 Level 3 (Pending) Certified KP200 with an alphanumeric keypad, or the VP80ES, Kingston’s first innovative OS-independent external SSD with intuitive color touch screen – don’t let your data be a soft target.

Since the last time Kingston was present at CES, it launched its Kingston FURY gaming line providing memory and storage for those in need of cutting-edge performance. From high-speed Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 up to 7200MT/s, Impact SODIMM for small form factor systems, or the Renegade SSD with heat sink, the line offers PC enthusiasts, gamers, and content creators the power and style they’re looking for.

“It’s great to get back to in-person tradeshows but we’re especially glad to be amongst colleagues and friends at CES, ‘the global stage for innovation’  to share not just what we’ve been up to the past few years but also what’s coming from Kingston in 2023,” said Craig Tilmont, senior director of marketing, Kingston. “We’re committed to delivering technology solutions that suit consumers’ everyday needs and we look forward to talking about them this week.”

Kingston continues its collaboration with Intel showcasing the gaming power achieved when the latest systems technology from Intel NUC and high-performance Kingston FURY memory and storage come together.

Kingston will demo and display:

  • Bandwidth test with Kingston FURY Impact DDR5 5600MT/s SODIMMs in Intel Raptor Canyon NUC
  • Game demo with Kingston Fury Renegade and Impact DDR4 in Intel Serpent Canyon NUC
  • Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 with White Heat Spreader
  • Kingston Server Premier DDR5 4800MT/s Registered DIMMs
  • Kingston IronKey hardware-encrypted USB Flash Drives
  • 4TB NV2 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD

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